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One injured in Pott Co weather-related crash
01/11/2018

(KMZA)--Icy road conditions are blamed for a single-vehicle wreck Thursday morning in Pottawatomie County that left a Wamego man injured.

The Kansas Highway Patrol reports 32-year-old Joseph Fialkowski was eastbound on U.S. 24 Highway, east of Wamego, when he lost control of his pickup truck due to the slick road conditions and his vehicle rolled into a field.

Fialkowski was transported to the Wamego Community Hospital.

The Patrol says Fialkowski was buckled up when the wreck occurred shortly after 6:00 Thursday morning.

 

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